Flat panels (sometimes called flat screens) are used to display video from computers, playback devices (such as DVD and streaming players), and other video sources. They typically offer audio playback via integrated stereo speakers. Nearly all modern flat panels use Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) or Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology and sizes range from a few inches to more than 100-inches.
Using video standards such as HDMI, flat panels can display HD and Ultra-HD resolutions including 1080p and 4K. Because of their outstanding color reproduction, unparalleled contrast ratio, and high refresh rates, flat panels typically produce more “life-like” images than other displays.
Flat panel displays can be mounted to walls, ceilings, or carts and can also be set on a table or other flat surface. Some mounts allow displays to be rotated for viewing in a wide, landscape orientation or a tall, portrait orientation.
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